I feel I'm through the worst of TMS causing my fibromyalgia and I know my triggers of stress. I am now left with the symptoms of Reynauds and back pain. It feels now that Reynauds was fogging up the problem of what the area to concentrate on was. After saying to my Dr in a non-medical term it feels like my blood isn't getting to my legs and feet, without even looking he quickly said "Of course it is. You don't like me much do you, and you can change Dr's". Knowing what I know now, I should have used words to describe in his language such as "my circulation feels inadequate and my feet are grey", but instead for a couple of years I struggled on, and it was only speaking to a dermatologist I said "my feet are like they've died and they're very grey with very little feeling." She referred me to the Royal Free London hospital and after having some drugs for Reynauds, I felt a vast improvement. My electric blanket is now only on setting 2 instead of 3 in the summer. This is where I'm struggling: is Reynauds a medical/physical reality, or TMS? I personally believe it's a medical reality and not TMS. I think the pain in my back is caused by my muscles being too cold because of the Reynauds. When I've taken my Reynauds medication, I warm up and my back feels more free, and when I'm cold my back is much more painful regardless of how warm it is in the house or outside. The only existing pain left is my back. My skin looks much pinker instead of white/grey after I've had my Reynauds medication. I believe that feeling upset about my Reynauds and back pain caused my fibromyalgia. I'm now no longer upset about my Reynauds and back pain because I can see a way forward: I get my larger dose of Reynauds medication which is coming in a few weeks, this will help my muscles be warm and I'm hopeful this will in turn stop my back pain - and because I'm no longer upset by the Reynauds and back pain, my fibromyalgia has gone. My fibromyalgia disappeared literally overnight whilst my husband was reading "Healing Back Pain" to me - I woke up in the morning and haven't had it since. After being introduced to TMS, I stopped taking all my back pain medication (Diclofenac and paracetamol). I now only get occasional headaches instead of constant ones. I feel as if I'm nearly there. I'd like some help and some advice - about the Reynauds being a true medical problem for me, as I don't believe it's caused by TMS. If I can get rid of my Reynauds symptoms, my back pain will disappear too.